Thursday 3rd March, 2011
11:30am to 12:30pm
When people discuss workflow, we usually focus on which methodology we are using, whether sprint meetings or pair programming is best, or which bridging technologies ease the handoff of assets.
What we don't usually talk about is how to handle the social dynamic when the project is starting, when it is ending, and when it falls apart in the middle.
In this talk, we will discuss the social aspects of workflow. What can be done to ease the process, and how we can create a solid foundation on which to build a workflow that works for you.
From there, we deconstruct what makes for a good workflow, and learn how to piece together our own based on what we are doing, where we are doing it, and how it needs to be done.
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